A mother-of-seven, who hasn’t been able to find work for over eight months, blames her body art on her inability to get a job. She believes employers believe she is unprofessional.
Melissa Sloan inked her whole body, from head to foot. This includes her face.
According to The Sun, she got a brand new tattoo. She recently had a Playboy Bunny tattooed, adding to her artwork collection, including depictions of the Kray Twins and marijuana leaves. She admitted that she gets several new tattoos each week.
Melissa, 46, of Knighton, Wales, is a mother to seven kids and desperately needs a job to support her family.
She said she was willing to accept any position. She had previously applied for a job as a cleaner but claimed that her tattoos prevented her from being hired.
Melissa has admitted that she hasn’t been able to find employment despite searching for ‘months and months and months to no avail.
Melissa is now considering lasering off her facial tattoos because she has not received a single offer of employment.
She said, “I might have to get my tattoos taken off to get a role finally.
“I will, however, do this if necessary to find a job.” If I have to, I’ll have my entire tattoo collection removed from my neck and face.
The mother of seven, whose two youngest kids are under ten years old, said she wanted to prove doubters wrong, and she received different treatment depending on if she covered her tattoos.
She said, “I believe people think I am unprofessional. I get unwanted attention, and rude remarks are made to me constantly. People treat you normally when I go out in a wig, with makeup covering my tattoos and a wig on top of it.”
“However if it’s necessary for me to get a job, I will do so.” I will remove all my tattoos from my neck and my face if necessary.
The mother, who has two children under the age of 10, wants to disprove her doubters and says that she is treated differently depending on whether or not she covers her tattoos.
She said, “I believe people think I am unprofessional. I get unwanted attention, and rude remarks are made to me constantly. When I go out in a wig, with makeup covering my tattoos and a wig on top of it, people treat you normally.”
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